A German photographer has created a unique portrait of Mauthaues eyes, a rare find in the world of modern art.
In an article in the Lad Bible, the photographer, who wished to remain anonymous, said the picture is based on a photograph taken by a German photographer in 1864.
It is based partly on a book of portraits of the great German painter, and partly on an old book of Maussen’s works.
“It is a picture that was taken when he was still alive,” the photographer said.
“The book was very old.
It was an old work of art that he was trying to sell, and it was a picture of his eyes.
This is a real, original photograph, that shows him completely.”
The photograph has never before been published.
It shows Mauthaux eyes, in their natural state.
The picture was taken by Karl Lutzer, who had studied at the Freising Institute of Art in Germany, where Mauthafons work had been exhibited.
Mauthaus is the great-grandson of Johann Gottfried Mauthaan, the famous German painter.
He was born in 1824, but the family moved to Freising in 1794 when he became a teenager.
After his father died in 1823, the family settled in the town of Kiel.
Mauthaux’s mother, Maria, was a maid, and the couple’s first child was born five years later.
The family was wealthy and lived a life of luxury.
The father and mother were married four times.
According to a biography published in 1875, Mauthais was born into a wealthy family.
He worked in the textile mills, before moving to Freise, where he taught art in the church and also worked in painting.
His paintings were often in a style that was close to the early 19th century.
One of his best known works was the famous painting The Eye of the Tiger, which was painted in 1869.
The painter was also a prolific writer and published a number of autobiographical works in the 1860s.
For example, a work called The Eye That Fears, which is also known as The Lion and the Hare, has been referred to as a portrait of the artist.